• Blisshaus

    Wiebke Liu of Blisshaus is “on a mission to clean up the world, one kitchen at a time.” Her focus is on the plastic-free pantry, and she is an advocate for buying in bulk, decanting, and cutting down on waste. Her business provides hands-on pantry organizing, and all of the key ingredients, such as airtight labeled glass jars, mesh produce bags, and flour sacks, are available in her online shop.

  • Flotsam + Fork

    An under-the-radar kitchenware resource, Flotsam + Fork stocks a concise and delightful selection of practical storage accessories, many with a French accent.

  • Food52

    This crowd-sourced cooking site is also a wellcurated kitchen shop. Assembled with an eye to practicality and style, the goods at Food52 come from a wide range of sources, including small makers who provide the shop with exclusive versions of their designs.

  • March

    Kitchenware as couture: in a carefully composed white-tiled boutique, March sells custom worktables arrayed with leather catchall boxes and market bags. March’s spices come in chic black glass containers that keep the sun out.

  • Quitokeeto

    Food blogger and cookbook author Heidi Swanson is also a standout photographer and shopkeeper. Her online boutique is a favorite Remodelista source for inspired kitchen solutions, such as linen dish covers and magnetic knife racks of bleached maple.

  • Set & Co.

    A sophisticated, Shaker-inspired housewares shop with an emphasis on the kitchen, Set & Co. stocks Sarah Kersten covered ceramic bowls, Italian cookware in bright colors, and an oak and leather Danish paper towel holder.

  • Sir/Madam

    Inspired by flea market finds and a grandmother’s cupboard, Sir/Madam’s nostalgic designs include wooden spoons, heavy brass S hooks, and striped café au lait bowls.

  • Stovold & Pogue

    On their honeymoon in India, Jenny and Nick Stovold admired the space-saving stainless steel dish racks they spotted on kitchen walls. Back home in the UK, they founded their online shop, which imports the design in three sizes: mini, middle, and mighty.

  • Sur La Table

    Expect to find a far-ranging collection of kitchenware by top brands the world over. We turn to Sur La Table for well-priced and durable Duralex glass bistroware. (Tip: Duralex clear glass plates work well as see-through bowl covers for storing leftovers in the fridge.)

  • Whisk

    This mom-and-pop alternative to the big cookware chains sells well-made kitchenware and tabletop items, from metal canisters to Japanese lunch sacks.

  • Williams-Sonoma

    While we rely on Williams-Sonoma mainly for classic tableware and serving pieces, their impressive range of kitchen storage solutions should not be overlooked. Weck jars, spice racks, and hammered copper canisters are a good place to start.